Jobs available with the organization include places on the Campus Organizing Team, Peer Educators, and other areas. Some duties might include organizing activist events, writing blog posts, fundraising, developing and distributing educational materials, or assisting with training. Work may include on the ground activism or online work, or both. Topics can include sexual health, reproduction, political issues, HIV and AIDS education, and many other issues.
Each position has a different deadline date, from May 9 to May 15, so applicants will need to check the specifics and needs of each program prior to applying.
To discover the duties and qualifications for each job, as well as deadlines, names of current organizers, and other information, be sure to click here.